Boy, 6, rips teacher and her ‘real bad haircut’ for punishing him, letter leaves Internet in splits

The six-year-old's letter had the Internet siding with him over his teacher. He wrote, 'You are going to Hell real Hell the burning 1 because you a thief'


                            Boy, 6, rips teacher and her ‘real bad haircut’ for punishing him, letter leaves Internet in splits
The handwritten biting letter by Isaiah aged six where he told his teacher after being punished for talking that his 'only prayer in chapel today was that god gets you to hell fast super-fast' (Jaquya Bradford/ Facebook)

A letter written by a six-year-old boy to his teacher won the hearts of many on the internet. The child identified only as Isaiah sent the hilarious note to his teacher Ms Jones because she apparently punished him and confiscated 25 of his 'hummingbird bucks' for talking to his friend in class.

The angry letter was shared on Facebook by Jaquya Bradford. Bradford is a colleague of Isaiah’s mother. She captioned the post as, “Okay so my co worker @luxxcleaning told us that she had to attend a parent-teacher conference because of a letter her son wrote to his teacher ... so she brought the letter to work and I almost fell out my chair y’all he actually deserves a little credit.”

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The letter authored by the little boy stated, “Dear Ms. Jones I am angry of you Because you took 25 of my humm-ing bird Bucks all because I was talking to Conner. That’s no big deal as im only 6 I can’t be Qyet [quiet] all the time and that makes you a thief and and crook.” Isaiah also cursed his teacher to go to hell. He said: “You are going to Hell real Hell the burning 1 because you a thief. I worked hard for those bucks and my Only prayer in chapel today was that god gets you to hell fast super-fast,” before adding, “And your new hair cut is bad real bad.” But the letter did not help him in any manner as Isaiah’s mother was soon called in for a parent-teacher meeting.

But people on the internet seemed to side with the young boy and enjoyed his letter full of innocence and wrong spellings. One person on the Facebook post commented, “He said your going to the real hell the burning 1 hell LMFAO.” The second one said, “I love how specific he was, not just any ol' hell but the burning 1 like for real for real kind of hell. praying that she and her bad hair cut don't get there super fast.” The third wrote, “went to the chaple? I pray you to hell fast super fast. He wanted them hummingbird bucks real bad [laughing emojis] I had to beat my chest to breathe!”

A user suggested, “she need to give that baby his Hummingbird bucks! LOL!!! Must be a PK! (Preacher's kid) he went straight for the throat and told her where she going! Keepcalling out those thieves preacher! LOL.” Another one said, “Awww! He's going somewhere. He already knows to COMMUNICATE!” A comment read, “Aww the wee soul. I’d be really pissed off if she did the same to me. Good on him for telling her that her new hair cut was crap.” The other comment added, “I'm glad I'm not his Mama cause teacher would have been mad at Me Too!”

People on Twitter also could not resist praising little Isaiah as a user tweeted, “I would also like to point out that Isaiah has great handwriting to be 6 and can spell better than most adults. He has a bright future ahead of him. And for Ms. Jones, give him his hummingbird bucks back, b***h. He is 6 and cannot be qyet all the time. Fuck wrong with you?” The second user stated, “This teacher doesn’t understand how a reward system works. He earned his hummingbird bucks. You don’t get to take them away. If he’s misbehaving, he doesn’t earn more bucks. I agree with the kid. That is stealing.” “Instead should have had him write :i will not talk in class" 100 times on blackboard...thats way it went in my day in grade school.  Not taking away something honestly earned,” a third user added.



 



 



 



 

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